The final version of this increasingly sought after (and difficult
to secure) deservedly popular modern day classic body style, this
extraordinary never damaged specimen has traveled only 22,704
Southern miles since first delivered to Dallas, Texas twenty three
years ago. The ownership history since November, 2009 at 14,100
miles directly involves our firm as no other dealership has resold
Elegantly finished in Acrylic White with Tan top and hides piped
Parchment, it is as close to new in every respect as anyone could
reasonably expect in light of age, attested to by the 2016 RROC
National First Place Award in its pedigree. Original books, tools,
original tire changing gloves and radio equipment have all survived
in mint condition.
The 2nd Series Corniche IV might well have been dubbed V as its
mechanical aspects differ greatly from its earlier cousins, most
notably in the area of the redesigned top, Zytek managed engine
with Cotsworth designed cylinder heads as still found in
turbocharged form in the larger Bentley automobiles, overdrive
ratio gearbox and electronically dampened suspension and braking
systems. Very few of these wonderful performers were supplied when
new, perhaps in part to their significant original MSRP of $269,000
plus Federal Luxury Tax (increased to $284,000 in 1995), a heady
sum in those recessionary times.
We believe this to be the finest of necessarily few examples
currently available anywhere.
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